Feb 12, 2019 3:50 PM 1+ week ago
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested hundreds of people living without documents in North Carolina last week, according to the Charlotte Observer. The spike in arrests comes after major counties in the state severed ties with ICE. According to the Charlotte Observer, ICE Regional Director Sean Gallaghar said, This is the direct conclusion of dangerous policies of not cooperating with ICE. This forces my officers to go out onto the street to conduct more enforcement. About 200 people were detained in North Carolina. Gallaghar said the arrests could continue if ICE is not allowed to access county......Read more.
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